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Belkin's new Qode Thin Type Keyboard for iPad Air features an anodized aluminum unibody co...

Belkin today announced a new, ultra-thin keyboard case for the iPad Air. Measuring under 4 mm (0.16 in) thick, the Qode Thin Type Keyboard is aimed at extending the functionality of the tablet, while maintaining the convenience of its lightweight design.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the Microsoft Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 with the Apple i...

Tablets are the new personal computers. But can they replace a laptop? And do Windows 2-in-1s like the Surface really make for better faux laptops than the iPad? Let's take a look, as Gizmag goes hands-on with keyboard-laden versions of the iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display, Surface 2, and Surface Pro 2.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the 11-in MacBook Air (early 2014) and iPad Air

When Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPad, he didn't pitch it as a laptop killer. Instead he framed it as a device that sits somewhere in between phone and laptop. Four years later, has the iPad matured enough to compete with a laptop? Let's touch on that, as Gizmag compares the features and specs of the 11-in MacBook Air and the iPad Air.  Read More

Here's a look at some Fire TV features that you might not know about

Amazon recently released its streaming set-top box, Fire TV, that competes with Apple TV and Roku. Using it is straight-forward for basic tasks, but there are other features you can use to get more from the experience. Here's a look at some Fire TV features that aren't immediately apparent.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the Galaxy Note Pro, an enormous tablet without a clear value proposition

Almost all tablets have screens somewhere in the 7-in to 10-in range. But what happens when you stretch that all the way out to 12.2 inches? You get the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, a device that's marketed for both work and play. Join Gizmag, as we review the enormous slate.  Read More

Samsung returns to the mid-range with the Galaxy Tab 4 series

Earlier this year, Samsung finally launched some high-end Galaxy Tabs. But that doesn't mean the company is going to ditch its successful lineup of mid-range slates. Today the company officially announced the 2014 versions of its not-so-top-of-the-line tablet series, the Galaxy Tab 4.  Read More

Digital Paper features 4 GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot for additional sto...

Sony has unveiled a new office-orientated tablet which utilizes the E-Ink display to mimic a piece of A4 paper. The electronics giant believes that its Digital Paper will be an instant hit with professionals who are often overwhelmed by the sheer mass of physical paper thrown on their desks each day.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Samsung's first premium mini-tablet, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4

Last year Samsung launched a couple of solid tablets that were aimed squarely at the iPad mini. But this year we finally have one that can make a case for itself as the best small-sized tablet around. Join Gizmag, as we review Samsung's first premium mini-tablet, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1

Most of Samsung's recent tablets have been decidedly mid-range. Mediocre screen resolution, budget processors, plastic builds ... these qualities have gone hand-in-hand with just about all of the company's tablet efforts. But 2014 is a different story, with Samsung's high-end Galaxy Pro tablets hitting store shelves. We'll be reviewing all of them soon, but today we're starting with the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1.  Read More

Microsoft is ceasing support for Windows XP on April 8th so it's time to consider your opt...

On April 8, Microsoft will cease all support to consumers who are still running Windows XP. On the same day, the company will also end support for Office 2003. If you're a procrastinator still plugging away on an XP machine or working away in Microsoft's aging productivity suite, it's high time you considered your options. Gizmag provides a few suggestions.  Read More

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